Bart, lead singer of MercyMe, and his wife, Shannon, discuss how they nurture their marriage, manage chores and raise a family amid the busyness of Bart’s demanding touring schedule with his band.
Kim and Randy learned to live independently while Randy was traveling for work, but they lost the sense of unity that’s critical for a marriage. Here are tips to fix the troubles caused by travels.
Taking time to rest—physically, emotionally, spiritually and mentally—is in the best interest of you and your marriage. God doesn’t want you to be an empty, exhausted person with nothing to give.
Americans watched Candace Cameron Bure grow up on the TV sitcom “Full House.” Now, she’s trying to balance a career and raising a family.
Protect your marriage from the stress of rotating work schedules by using your time intentionally.
First responder marriages are at high risk for marital disharmony, infidelity and divorce.
Marriages have tough times regardless of a spouse’s career choice.
All relationships take work, but your first responder marriage may make the Jones’ look like a coffee-fetching “internship.”
First responder marriages face the same challenges as civilian marriages, plus an entirely unique set.
Make time to discuss the business of life as a couple, but don’t let it interfere with a romantic interlude.